DIXFIELD — June new arrivals at Ludden Memorial Library have been announced.

Adult fiction

“Matters of the Heart,” Steel;
“Turn Coat,” Butcher; “Medusa,” Cussler; “The Pirate King,” Salvatore; “Tea Time for the Traditionally Built,” Smith;
“The Blindfold Test,” Schechter; “The Bourne Deception,” Lustbader; “The Last Child,” Hart; “The Bellini Madonna,” Lowry; “Relentless,” Koontz; “To Hell in a Handbasket,” Groundwater; “Secrets of a Shoe Addict,” Harbison.

Also, “Blood Is Thicker,” Cox; “Sun, Sea and Murder,” Jeffries; “Stranger in the Night,” Palmer; “Summer Blowout,” Cook; “The Red Wolf Conspiracy,” Redick; “Cemetery Dance,” Preston;”Woods Burner,” Pipkin; “Sierra Ransom,” Craig; “The Assailant,” Hunt; “Finger Lickin Fifteen,” Evanovich.

“Death and the Lit Chick,” Malliet; “Omen,” Golden; “The Neighbor,” Gardner; “The Memory Collector,” Gardiner; “Knock Out,” Coulter; “A Plague of Secrets,” Lescroat; “A Rogue of My Own,” Lindsey; “East Hope,” Davis; “Roadside Crosses,” Deaver; “Swimsuit,” Patterson; “Many Bloody Returns.”

Adult nonfiction

“Children’s Writers and Illustrator’s Market”; “Soldiers Once,” Whitney; “Bottom of the Ninth,” Shapiro; “Free Range Kids,” Skenazy; “The Complete Work of Greek Mythology,” Buxton; “Resilience,” Edwards; “100 Ways to Simplify Your Life,” Meyer.

Large print adult fiction

“The Horse Creek Incident,” Richards; “An Incomplete Revenge,” Winspear; “Vision in White,” Roberts; “Sierra’s Homecoming,” Miller; “The Outcast of Lazy S,” Colter; “Christmas Letters,” Macomber; “The Miracle at Speedy Motors,” McCall Smith; “The Dead Ride Alone,” Work; “8 Sandpiper Way,” Macomber.

Graphic novels

“The Eternal Smile,” Yang.

Juvenile paperbacks

“Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew: Treasure Trouble,” Keene; “Looks at Lucy,” Cooper.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Growing Up on a Farm,” Sieling; “Creative Crafts for Kids,” Dickenson; “Tom Brady,” Miller; “Marijuana: Mind-Altering Weed,” Sanna; “Written in Bone,” Walker.

Juvenile fiction 

“Horse Diaries: Bell’s Star,” Hart; “Sam at the Seaside,” Labatt; “Heartbreak River,” Mills; “The Abc’s of Kissing Boys,” Ferraro; “The Castle on Deadman’s Island,” Parkinson; “Scaredy Squirrel at Night,” Watt; “First Dog,” Lewis; “Higher! Higher!,” Patricelli; “Corduroy Helps Out,” Hennessy; “Sailor Taylor Sets Sail,” Marx; “Spongebob Goes Green: An Earth Friendly Adventure,” Reisner; “The Forest of Hands and Teeth,” Ryan; “It’s the Best Day Ever, Dad!,” Shields.

Also, “I Can Do It Myself!,” Adams; “The House in the Night,” Swanson; “Tigger and Pooh: on the Color Case”; “The Biggest Star By Far,” Mullarkey; “Just the Right Home,” Schmanss; “Henry’s Bath,” Perversi; “The Last Olympian,” Riordan; “The Red, White and Blue Crew,” Mullarkey; “Johnny Tractor Saves the Parade,” Neusner; “The Battle of the Labyrinth,” Riordan; “The Titan’s Curse,” Riordan; “Honk Honk Goose,” Sayre.

Audio CDs

“Welcome to Camp Slither,” Stine; “Home Safe,” Berg; “Illegal Possession,” Hooper; “And the Desert Blooms,” Johansen; “Mistress of the Art of Death,” Franklin.

DVDs

“Curious George Goes Green”; “Wordworld: Happy Birthday Wordfriends!”; “Bedtime Stories.” 

Adult paperbacks

“Harbor Lights,” Woods; “Under the Radar,” Michaels; “Slippery When Wet,” Raye; “Territory,” Bull; “Lucy’s Blade,” Lambshead; “From Dead to Worst,” Harris; “Witch Heart,” Bast; “Return To Me,” Reece; “Rescue Me,” Reece; “Everlasting,” Johansen; “Housekeeper to the Millionaire”;
“Primal Needs,” Sizemore; “Sunset Bay,” Mallery.

Also, “Fatal Secrets,” Brennan; “Run To Me,” Reece; “The Orc King,” Salvatore; “Fatal Harvest,” Palmer; “Comanche Heart,” Anderson; “Blind-Date Baby,” Harper; “Brady, The Rebel Rancher,” Thayer.


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